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Article posted: 2/18/2013 6:36 PM

Teen art work will grace The Hub at Arlington library

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This is "Untitled," by Reed Skocz of Prospect High School.

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"Rooted in Knowledge" was created by St. Viator junior Kristen Yi.

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Marissa Allen's "Possibilities."

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Joohyuk Lee of Thomas Middle School created "Master Chief."

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St. Viator junior Kristen Yi is one of four students whose art will hang in The Hub.

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Like the other winners, Joohyuk Lee is a talented young artist.

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Artwork made by four area teens has been chosen for The Hub, the new teen area at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library set to debut in April. "Teens are a huge market for us," says Debbie Smart, library trustee. "We've seen a real void in the community with the closing of the Teen Center."
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    • This is “Untitled,” by Reed Skocz of Prospect High School.
    • “Rooted in Knowledge” was created by St. Viator junior Kristen Yi.
    • Marissa Allen’s “Possibilities.”
    • Joohyuk Lee of Thomas Middle School created “Master Chief.”
    • St. Viator junior Kristen Yi is one of four students whose art will hang in The Hub.
    • Like the other winners, Joohyuk Lee is a talented young artist.
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